Mademoiselle Fifi (Cui, César)

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Publisher. Info. Moscow: P. Jurgenson, n.d. (1903). Plate 28602
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General Information

Work Title Mademoiselle Fifi
Alternative. Title Мадмуазель Фифи ; Женщина из Руана (from a Moscow performance of 1924)
Composer Cui, César
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 act
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1902–03
First Performance. Moscow, Hermitage Theatre, 17 November 1903
First Publication. 1903
Librettist Composer, after Guy de Maupassant (1850–1893) and Oscar Méténier (1859–1913)
Language Russian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices with orchestra


Misc. Comments

  • The music for this opera alludes also to the German patriotic song "Die Wacht am Rhein"

Publication History

This work was published by Jurgenson in full score, piano-vocal score, and a (flawed) piano-solo arrangment (by another hand).
In addition, Jurgenson published some passages as separate numbers:

  • 1. Arioso of the Abbé: "Мне бог судил"
  • 2. Little Song of the Captain: "Дорогой размытой"
  • 3. Quartet: "Полной чашей" (adapted from Marschner's Soldatenbuch)*
  • 4. Little Song of Amanda: "Как я шла через поляну" (adapted from Tiersot's book of songs from the Metz region)
  • 5. Song of Rachel: "Дом разрушен"

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Operas by César Cui